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Welcome to Cromartie High—a melting pot of underachievers and overzealous bullies, where the fist rules, and the student body has the combined I.Q. of a rusty nail. After a whole lot of bad judgment and a little bad luck, Takashi Kamiyama is now attending this academy of dunces. Here, his only homework will be defending himself against the foul-mouthed robots, semi-intelligent apes, and masked villains that roam the halls of Cromartie High School!
The chapter numbers are incorrectly numbered starting from Volume 14 (the volume begins with chapter 267 even though the final chapter of vol 13 was 269).
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One of the best
Excellent episodic gag humour based on malapropisms, uncomfortable social situations, improbable events, logical fallacies, and references to proverbs and philosophy, usually played straight. It's dry and witty humour at it's finest.
A word of warning to those under 18; a lot of the jokes will go zipping over your head, and you may find it "NOT FUNNY AT ALL" or "too stupid". Maybe wait until you're a little older and a little cleverer. Then you be able to understand and enjoy the humour as presented.
I went into this expecting it to be halarious. But I was disappointed. It is just kind of dumb.. The only funny part was the Gorrilla. The art is terrible and it doesnt seem to have much of a plot. Pass it up.
no comment. Just read GTO instead
well i read the first volume, and thats as far as i got, the reasons being: 1st. IT WAS NOT FUNNY AT ALL, i didn't even crack a smile over it... 2nd. even for manga, gag manga no less, the characters are just too stupid
i wouldn't recommend this to anyone, unless you have the comedy sense of a baby... 1/10 (it only got 1 because there is no 0)